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"There's got to be some backstage head-fi intrigue as to why so many people were so rude to the OP."
It's a one sided load of crap and to take it at face value is a stretch of the imagination.
If you've never known a person to- shall we say tell less than the truth or to leave important facts out of the story then you live in a box.
To accept the OP's story at face value is not reasonable and there's another side to the story which we don't know.
It's easy to say all Postal Employees are bad but that's not the reality I know. If you behave and treat them with respect they will reciprocate. Sure I've had issues with Postal Employees but to paint them all with the same broad brush is unreasonable.
Ok Ok- Awe too bad the Post Office Sucks- Feel Better?
What's really funny is- People here are skeptical about cables, burn-in, power cords, etc etc etc.
Yet they are more than willing to accept this story on face value?
I question it.
So What- I'm just not as gullible as the rest of you.
"If you behave and treat them with respect they will reciprocate."
"Always? Really! Sure that's not a bit naive?"
No- What I've found is people will react to you and what is presented is returned.
It's obvious the OP is worked up for what is really nothing- Is there other stuff going on in your life and maybe you took it out on a USPS Employee?
With this I bid you all a Fond Farewell.
Think about it guys who the hell would make up a situation like that? 8pm is way too late to be delivering mail and then to give the OP crap for it is terrible.
If you guys are ever going to supervise others you'll need to develop some empathy and understanding.
Well played, sir.
And as for being ..."not proud of what I did..." you should in no way feel regret. You merely expected to be treated with the same courtesy extended; when the civil servant became abusive, your response was, I would interpret, as both restrained and appropriate.